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It’s time to kick & putt with FootGolf in Dublin – FootGolf at Ballybane

FootGolf is the latest craze sweeping the world and it is quickly becoming incredibly popular in Ireland. Known also as SoccerGolf and FootballGolf , FootGolf is a combination of two of the worlds most popular sports – soccer and golf!

The rules of footgolf are similar to the rules of golf. The game is played on a golf course, with sand bunkers and various hazards. The first shot has to be played from the tee, and to reach the hole, bunkers, trees and hills have to be crossed or avoided. The player who completes the 18 holes with the fewest shots wins. Just kick & putt the ball into the hole!image

It can be played by all fitness levels, all skill levels and takes less than 90 minutes for a group of 4 people. It is a game of accuracy and doesn’t require running.

The course is located only 10 miles from Dublin city centre on the R120. Easy access from the M50/N4/N7, Just off the outer Ring Road. On the Number 68 Bus route and only a short drive from Clondalkin, Lucan, Newcastle, Tallaght, Rathcoole, Saggart, Blanchardstown and Palmerstown.

Kick & Putt – it’s FootGolf time!

Ballybane FootGolf and Par 3 Golf Ballybane Nangor Road Clondalkin Dublin 22

Tel: 086 8299585 Email:

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FootGolf Craze comes to Dublin

 Footgolf at Ballybane FootGolf ClubDo you like football? How about golf? Then you will love the new craze that has hit the Irish shores – FootGolf.

Similarly to golf, FootGolf is played on a course. The objective of the game is to place the soccer ball in a hole using your foot, with the minimum number of strikes. The distance between the tee and the hole is different for each hole and the difficulty of the terrain varies. Same as in golf,  you have water hazards and sand bunkers to consider.

FootGolf is fun and highly “addictive”. The fact that precision, not strength and endurance are key factors to winning, make it a popular family game.

Known also as Football Golf or Soccer Golf, FootGolf is also very popular with those who used to play football well but no longer have the energy to run around a pitch.

Roy Makaay, retired Bayern Munich player says :

“I wish this sport existed 20 years ago. I’ve could have used it to reach even more accuracy in my shots.”


Try your skills at Ballybane FootGolf Club

NewCastle Golf Centre Dublin now also offers FootGolf at BallyBane FootGolf Club, so get your lads together and try your skills. It is fun, although not as easy as it seems. Watch Irish football legend, Johnny Giles try his skills …


Ballybane FootGolf and Par 3 Golf
Newcastle Golf Centre
Peamount Lane, Newcastle, Co Dublin

Call Derek for details:
086 8299 585


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